Feline Hip Dysplasia

Is more common in cats than you may think

Feline hip dysplasia can be a major contributing factor in cats who just seem to “slow down” as they age. While hip arthritis is most commonly due to hip dysplasia, hip arthritis can be secondary to trauma such as being hit by a car.

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